I’m Vince, a multidisciplinary creative, born and bred Londoner, and unapologetic extrovert. Being the product of this triplet comes with advantages and disadvantages. An advantage could be serendipitous creativity from the people around me, whilst a disadvantage could be the obliviousness to my hometime. All in all, I love what I do, who I am and how I do things (although improvement is always needed).
An Economics degree has allowed me to view design on a macro scale as well as a micro scale. From working in marketing and advertising for Toynbee Hall, News UK and Sainsbury’s, I additionally have an insight across different industries. Besides this, I worked in a startup called Summit and ran a social enterprise called manISH. However, I always found myself being drawn closer to design and wanting to channel this interest into improving the society around me, in particular, the workplace.
Since I believe wellbeing can make or break the future of creativity, I want to question how organisations strategise wellbeing towards their staff. Are they just reacting to public discourse on wellbeing, or can they strategically plan the future of wellbeing in a workplace?